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Light & Dark Artist Exhibition at the Ooops Pop Art Gallery, Bearwood

Bearwood is a important focal point of creativity in the Black Country, which has very unique shops and is convenient shopping area for the everyday diverse local community. So it was quite pleasant to visit a fantastic pop up art gallery and gift shop.

Ooops Gallery had the combination of local pop up art gallery and gift shop. Ooops Gallery had held workshops and events for people to learn about new crafts and art skills. Including these events was a brilliant way to link creativity within the community.

Interesting reflection about wearable skin art

Kat Winifred Art at Inked Palette Deasil

As long as I could remember I have always enjoyed looking at tattoos with adm

At Home With Vanley Burke

At Home with Vanley Burke

Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

Birmingham Womens Network Group at the Impact Hub

The Birmingham Women’s Networking group at the Impact Hub in Digbeth, in August 2015. This event was a social and community focus group for women with similar interests. I attended with eagerness.

Five minutes in conversation with Yaz Alexander

In conversation with Yaz Alexander, singer and musician. Yaz is producing and promoting a new film “Women In Reggae - the UK perspective” which is a Sandshore Arts Ltd film production. I saw her perform in Birmingham - Yaz’s voice, her force so powerful, it echoed right off the walls including the vibrating sound system.

Home For Waifs And Strays - 'Born To Be Wild' Feminist Art Exhibition Birmingham

Home For Waifs And Strays Co-Director Kate Spence invited some of her favourite female performance artists to submit video of their work to be screened at April's Digbeth First Friday, coinciding with the opening of STRYX’s feminist residency programme that runs through April and May.

Birmingham Fest 2015

The Blue Orange Theatre writers present 'Shorts 3' - Birmingham Fest 2015


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